Prebisch-Singer Hypothesis | Topics | tutor2u Economics

This is an observation (not a theory) that states that the terms of trade between primary goods and manufactured products deteriorate over time. The Prebisch-Singer Hypothesis (PSH) suggests that, over the long run, prices of primary goods such as coffee and cocoa decline in proportion to prices of manufactured goods such as cars and washing machines.

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